People with disabilities
People with disabilities are requested to reserve their seat and to contact the organization exclusively by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A disabled person may also attend an event with a personal care attendant. Please note that the number of seats is limited.
For your information, the Vaudoise Arena has 49 seats for people with reduced mobility and 22 seats for personal care attendants.
Access is free. Please register, however, using the link email@example.com in order to allow us to prepare for your reception and reserve a place for you.
For the opening ceremony:
The ticket price is CHF 59.- for people with disabilities and free for their personal care attendant. Please register using the link firstname.lastname@example.org.
The reservation is guaranteed only after receipt of confirmation of the registration. Tickets are paid for by credit card and made available on the ticketing platform.
Be careful: only tickets bought in this manner will obtain a place for a disabled person.
Swiss public transport companies are able to provide transport for people with reduced mobility and to organise transport plans which ensure transport in the best possible conditions. Please register at least 24h in advance using this link.
Further details, particularly on pricing, can be found on the "Access and Transport" tab of Lausanne 2020.
For more information on different means of transport for people with disabilities, please refer to the following link: https://www.region-du-leman.ch/en/Z9743/accessibility-pratical-information
Several hotels can accommodate people with limited mobility.
For more information, we invite you to contact us by mail at email@example.com or by phone 0041 21 613 73 17.
Catering for large numbers is planned on all the sites.
Due to the winter conditions, it is recommended that disabled people come with a personal care attendant to facilitate their experience.
Toilets for disabled people can be found on all sites.
Access to the venues
- Les Diablerets - Note: Due to weather conditions, the finish line has been moved higher and is difficult to access. However, a "Fan Zone" with giant screen will be installed instead of the original finish area.
The access path to get there will be accessible. Upon request to the organisers, it will be possible to drop off people with reduced mobility near the Fan Zone.
- Leysin - Note : Due to limited accessibility of the mountain venue, people with reduced mobility are encouraged to go to the "Leysin en Jeux" festival at the village sports centre by the swimming pool.
- Villars - Note: Due to limited accessibility of the mountain venue, people with reduced mobility are encouraged to attend the “Villars en Jeux” festival. The competition can be seen from the platform at Bretaye railway station or from the restaurant 1808.
- Vallée de Joux - Note : A specific transport access to the competition site is guaranteed for people with reduced mobility upon request to the organisation. Please note that it is necessary to be able to move on snow covered ground to get to the general public tent and to the surroundings of the slope. An accessible toilet is available.
- Les Tuffes
- St. Moritz